The new fault lines on which the world economy rests
The recovery from the pandemic is uneven and fragile. Leaving COVID-19 behind should be a cause for celebration. But, as The Economist warns, today’s booming economy has three fault lines that should also be a source of anxiety for us all. Together, they can be used to reveal who will thrive and whether the unexpected recovery is sustainable. This story was in an episode of Wake Up with Curio.
From The Economist